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On January 31, 2019, the University of Pennsylvania presented the latest, 12th edition of the think tank ranking Global Go To Think Tank Index Report.

According to the study, Russia is in 7th rack by the number of think tanks (215 organizations), which is 65% more than last year.

On January 31, 2019, the University of Pennsylvania presented the latest, 12th edition of the think tank ranking Global Go To Think Tank Index Report.

According to the study, Russia is in 7th rack by the number of think tanks (215 organizations), which is 65% more than last year.

RIAC has traditionally been awarded in five ranking categories: “Top Think Tanks in Central and Eastern Europe”, “Top Defense and National Security”, “Top Foreign Policy and International Affairs Think Tanks”, “Best Independent Think Tanks”, and “ Think Tank to Watch».

Separate attention should be given to the inclusion of RIAC in a new category of the ranking - “Best Institutional Collaboration Involving Two or More Think Tanks”, which is the result of active international activity of the Council. Most of RIAC projects are implemented jointly with leading foreign think tanks, academic and educational institutions, many of which are also in the ranking: CSIS, RUSI, IFRI, ISPI, Gateway House, ORF, DGAP, SWP, Munich Security Conference, KIEP, CASS, etc..

RIAC congratulates its partners representing Russia and those taking the leading positions in certain categories of the ranking: MGIMO of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, RAS IMEMO, RAS Institute for the U.S. and Canadian Studies, RAS Institute of Europe, RAS Institute of Oriental Studies, RAS Institute of Sociology, Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, Carnegie Moscow Center, Center for Strategic Research, Rethinking Russia, etc.

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